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In GURU BONES, beloved author Carolyn Haines returns to Zinnia, Mississippi, in a short mystery that will delight fans and new readers alike.

Southern-belle-turned-PI Sarah Booth Delaney is unenthusiastic at best when her friends rope her into attending a health food and lifestyle seminar. Priya Karsan, an internationally known activist, is in Zinnia for a lecture. But the lecture takes a turn for the deadly when there's a body discovered in the venue's kitchen. As Sarah Booth and her partner at the Delaney Detective Agency, Tinkie Richmond, tackle the case, Sarah Booth quickly realizes there's a lot more to Priya and her activism than meets the eye.


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Publisher: St. Martin's Press

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  • Release date: March 15, 2017

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  • ISBN: 9781250138484
  • File size: 936 KB
  • Release date: March 15, 2017

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  • ISBN: 9781250138484
  • File size: 936 KB
  • Release date: March 15, 2017

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Fiction Mystery

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English

In GURU BONES, beloved author Carolyn Haines returns to Zinnia, Mississippi, in a short mystery that will delight fans and new readers alike.

Southern-belle-turned-PI Sarah Booth Delaney is unenthusiastic at best when her friends rope her into attending a health food and lifestyle seminar. Priya Karsan, an internationally known activist, is in Zinnia for a lecture. But the lecture takes a turn for the deadly when there's a body discovered in the venue's kitchen. As Sarah Booth and her partner at the Delaney Detective Agency, Tinkie Richmond, tackle the case, Sarah Booth quickly realizes there's a lot more to Priya and her activism than meets the eye.


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